It's midnight on Monday April 20, already a third of the way through the biggest 10 day ski & snowboard party on the planet, and we've finally got a spare minute to bring you up to speed on the event! Because the party died down? Nope, just taking 1st period break.» Read More »
In art and in the practice of a sport, just as in life, every action generates a reaction.
If video killed the radio star, then digital killed the slide show …
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Another great weekend of cat skiing went down north of Whistler at Backcountry Snowcats. Jamie, Lotte and I and the crew from We The Collective headed up to hang out in the backcountry hot tubs and shred the pow up of the Hurley River road on Friday night. Once again it delivered. Even on this bizarre winter, they had the goods.» Read More »
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In 14 years, the TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival has become North America’s largest annual snow sports and music celebration, earning the tag Mother of All End of Season Parties. But don’t just take our word for it. The accolades that count aren’t the ones you give yourself.
Oh yes, it happened. If you were there, you'll never be the same. If you weren't there, you'll have no choice but to live life wondering how much more complete you might feel - having experienced Gaper Day - Whistler - 2008.» Read More »
Batten down the hatches. Run for your lives. Train hard. Do some push ups. Drink some cheap beer. Stretch your groins... Gaper Day 2008 is less than a week away in Whistler!» Read More »
Whistler shredder and Doglotion favourite Brett Crabtree has earned another podium for the season. Not on top like Crested Butte, but hey, he had to give someone else a chance. Here's what went down at Snowbird...
After an extraordinarily exciting day of skiing, Jaclyn Passo of Squaw Valley, CA, wins the women’s title and Dylan Crossman takes first in the stacked international men’s division, as the 11th Annual Subaru U.S. Freeskiing Nationals concluded today on North Baldy at Snowbird Ski Resort, Utah.» Read More »
Is there such thing as too much snow? Unlikely, but we went to find out, and oh what a weekend it was.» Read More »